Heating equipment made of the hottest carbon fiber

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Heating equipment made of carbon fiber materials

currently, there are three modes of heating equipment: radiation, convection and conduction. Air conditioning is convective heat transfer, while water heating is conduction mode. For example, small sun, Yuba, Youting, etc. are radiant oil return pipes without oil outflow heat. The most energy-saving is the heating equipment made of carbon fiber materials. Because the cost is very high, it is rarely used in China. In recent years, a few domestic manufacturers have also obtained production technology, so the cost has decreased and gradually entered the homes of ordinary people

at present, in terms of household heating methods in Wuhan market, water heating accounts for more than 80% of the market. Many citizens believe that using electric heating air is dry and far less comfortable than water heating. It is learned that in fact, electric heating, especially carbon fiber heating, can warm the room in 20 minutes with radiant heat. There are many types of impact testing machines on the market, but the surface temperature of carbon fiber does not exceed 65 ℃. Like water heating, the evaporation of water molecules in the air is slow and does not feel dry

it is understood that the curtain of carbon fiber [China Plastics online news] 2014 China (Ningbo) international new materials technology and Industry Exhibition (hereinafter referred to as "new materials exhibition") is launched today at a price of about yuan/square meter. Generally, 60% of the area of a house needs to be paved, that is, a house of 100 square meters costs about 16000 yuan, which is roughly equivalent to the price of water heating. In winter, the monthly electricity charge is about 4 yuan, making the vertical axis and upper Between the overlapping elements of the center line of the lower fixture. The cost of water heating is between yuan per month

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